The iconic actor talks queer chemistry, social justice and making TV history as Sex And The City’s first non-binary character


Sara Ramirez made LGBTQI history when they joined the cast of the Sex And The City reboot, And Just Like That…, as the shows first non-binary character. For our February issue, Sara opens up about their role and what social justice means to them.

Here’s your teaser of what they had to say:

Sara on


“When we seek justice, we are looking to change the material conditions of people’s lives. If visibility can spark fresh conversations that lead people to take action, then I am absolutely proud to have played these roles.”


“Life is not over after 40 – I can attest to that! As we get older, we discover that there is more room to play.”

Onscreen chemistry…

“There are some things that Che sees in Miranda that are similar to Che, and also that may challenge Che, in a good way. And Che likes a challenge.”

You can read more of Sara’s thoughts by grabbing your copy via the link below:

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